Rated 5 out of 5 by saaamaria I have an English Bulldog puppy. When he turned two months he had diarrhea and such caused us to have him confined in the Vet Clinic. He recovered, but he was so thin back then and I was so afraid that he might not have the enough weight to get his vaccine. The doctor suggested the Eukanuba Puppy Food (chicken). My bulldog loved it! In a span of one week, I was able to meet the required weight without having to overfeed my dog! His coat was shinny and he is cery active! We love Eukanuba!!! :)
February 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terri Outstanding Product
Our new Chocolate Lab puppy "loves" the puppy/large breed food. She about ready to move into the next stage. Her coat, eyes and overall health are Excellent.
October 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Trace Small Breed Puppy in a Great BIG BAG!
I feed and recommend Eukanuba Small Breed Puppy food and am sad to see that you are no longer going to offer the 32+ lb size bags. Can I buy it in plain "Breeders" packaging someplace?
I feed this food to the moms that are due to whelp thru their nursing of the litter and then to the puppies until they are 4 months old. I go thru a lot of this food and hope you will reconsider elimating the large size bag. When the pups are 4-5 months old I switch to the Eukanuba medium breed growth formula but love the results I have by feeding small breed formula to weaning puppies. Soaks easier and the pups are fat and healthy.
I am a member of the breeders club.
Tracey Monahan (Capulet English Springers)
June 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lambchop Our Puppies love it
We have two long haired min dachshund puppies, they love their food I was going to change the to a cheaper brand, but just looking at the lovely shine on their coats I am going to keep them on Eukanuba even when they are old enough to come off the puppy small breed
After all you get what you pay for!
June 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael Sorry I switched
I have a 4 month old chi- daschound mix that was fed Eukanuba small breed from the time we got her about 6-7 weeks. A week ago I decided to switch to Purina One becuase although the ingredients were not as good the cost was much better. I am now paying the price for that.. I am returning what is left of the food ASAP and going back to Eukanuba. She currently has gas and large stools at unpredictable time periods. I cannot wait until we switch back so i can see her improve again. i feel like such a dirtbag, changing just to save $.
February 8, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by wlowtre my dog loved it
My dog loved the eukanuba puppy food more so than his regular food but I compared prices and ingredients and it's now much different than the puppy food I was buying and it was considerably more expensive. I was disappointed to realize that because my dog really liked the eukanuba and his coat was shinier and he seemed better but I just don't know if I can afford to buy this brand
January 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dandien84 My babies were Happy :)
I am the happy owner of two big baby pitbulls and when I received this huge bag of Eukanuba I couldn't of been more excited. I like to only feed them the best of the best and nothing full of processed cardboard and grains. It's nice to have a dog food that is made of natural ingredients and meats. My girl is 7 years old and my babyboy is almost 2. They both loved every last bite of it. They didn't seem to be hungry a few hours later as they usually are with a cheap non healthy food. Also my girl has allergies and stomach problems she is known to get sick alot and not digest her foods very well, all of that disappeared while she was eating this I will continue to purchase Eukanuba. I would highly recommend this dog food to anyone looking for their "family" member a healthier more filling food.
January 19, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by and6749 Puppy chow? I'm not convinced!!
I always look for good quality products and food to give to my puppy. It is very important that the first ingredient in any food be a meat. The Eukanuba brand does have a great ingrefient list, although it is a large list. The Eukanuba puppy chow may be nutritious but the size of the food is fairly large to be considered a puppy chow. My pup had a hard time chewing it even though she is close to one year old and about 35 pounds. She is used to a much smaller variety of dog food and when she started eating the Eukanuba puppy chow she had to stop a lot to aggressively chew. She also turned her head to me upon her first taste as if to say, "what is this?" She did eat the food although much slower than normal. Could she have been savoring it? Maybe, or if it did take her longer was it due to having to chew more? I think yes, and is this a bad thing? No, just not what I would think would be good for a puppy.
January 19, 2015